After breakfast, we will drive to Badrinath. Upon arrival, you need to check in the Hotel in Badrinath. Along the route, we will visit Shri Narshing Temple at Joshimath, and Adi Shankracharya Math, then proceed to Shree Badrinath Ji. In the evening, we will trip to Mana Village, Byas Gufa, Bheem Pul, Saraswati River, Ganesh Temple, engage in evening Aarti at Badrinath, and spend the night at Hotel in Badrinath.
Badrinath is a sacred town lying in an altitude of 3113 meters in Chamoli district in the Uttarakhand state in India. Badrinath is well-known for people paying a visit from all around the world to get a blessing from God and goddesses. It is also mostly known as the Char Dham pilgrimage of Hindu pilgrims. It attracts millions of people across the globe. The city itself has been named after the temple, Badrinath.
Tapt Kund: Tapt Kund is often known as the natural thermal springs lying on the banks of river Alak Nanda. It is a tradition to take a bath in this spring before entering the Badrinath Temple.
Narad Kund: Narad Kund is a recess in the river near the Tapt Kund, which forms as a pool from where the Badrinath's statue was found.
Mata Murty Temple: This famous temple is devoted to the mother of Lord Badrinath. Sesh Netra Temple, Urvashi Temple, and Charanpaduka are some of the globally renowned temples that you can visit here.
Mana Village: an Indo-Mongolian tribe inhabits mana Village. It is also the last India village before Tibet.
Bhim Pul: There lies a vast rock forming a natural bridge over the raging Saraswati River, right beside the well-known Mana Village. You can get a mesmerizing view of water raging down through the narrow passage under the rock from this rock formation. There is a belief that this formation was placed by Bhim, the second eldest among the Pandava brothers. Thus, the structure got the name Bhum Pul, where Bhim is the name of a Pandava brother, and Pul means "bridge."
Vyas Gufa(cave): Near the Mana village, there is a rock cave where the Ved Vyas wrote and composed the Mahabharata and other pauranic commentaries.
Weather in Badrinath: The temperature in Badrinath will be around 8degree Celsius to 18-degree Celsius during summer. So, warm clothes are required all around the year in this region. Winter is very chilly, with an average temperature of 5degree Celsius. The winter in Badrinath is mostly snowy. However, the place is not accessible during winters due to the severe climate conditions